New labour journal seeks to marry theory and practice

It is part of the labour movement’s efforts to translate research into strategies to help workers earn a better living

NTUC Assistant Secretary-General Patrick Tay, holding the Singapore Labour Journal, takes a selfie with attendees at the Labour Research Conference last Friday. PHOTO: LIANHE ZAOBAO
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The International Labour Organisation has them, as do some research institutions. Labour journals aren’t new, but the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) is putting a new spin on them.

The first edition of the Singapore Labour Journal, launched at the Labour Research Conference organised by NTUC last Friday, seeks to marry theory and practice.

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